School Community Council
School Community Council Elections for 2018-2019:
If you have a student at Maple Mountain High School for the next 2-year term, and you are interested in serving on the School Community Council, please email both firstname.lastname@example.org (principal) and email@example.com (secretary) by August 20, 2018.
Your name will be added to the MMHS SCC Ballot. Elections will be conducted as directed in Nebo School District Board policy KC and will follow the Utah Code Ann., section 53A-1a-108.
Elections for the 2018-2019 School Community Council will be held at Maple Mountain High School. Patrons may vote in the front office August 23, 24, 27 and 28 between 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. If there is not a contested race, the school will not need to hold elections. High schools will have at least 6 parent/guardian members that are expected to serve a 2-year term.
Purpose and Function of the School Community Council:
A School Community Council is created for the purpose of: (a) involving parents or guardians of students in decision making at the school level; (b) improving the education of students; (c) prudently expending School LAND Trust Program money for the improvement of students' education through collaboration among parents and guardians, school employees, and the Board of Education; and (d) increasing public awareness of: (i) school trust lands and related land policies; (ii) management of the State School Fund established in Utah Constitution, Article X, Section V; and (iii) educational excellence. In this regard, the responsibilities of the School Community Council are advisory in nature. The authority of the Council does not supersede the authority of the principal, the superintendent, or the Board of Education.
SCC Rules of Order and Procedure:
Each Council must adopt rules of order and procedure to govern its meetings. Each meeting must be conducted in accordance with the rules, and the rules must be made available at each meeting and on the school’s website. The rules must govern the following:
- Parliamentary order and procedure
- Ethical behavior
- Civil discourse
School LAND Trust Funds:
Members of the School Community Council (parents, teachers, and the principal, in collaboration with an approving entity) shall use School LAND Trust Program funds in data-driven and evidence-based ways to improve educational outcomes, including:
- strategies that are measureable and show academic outcomes with multi-tiered systems of support; and
- counselors and educators working with students and families on academic and behavioral issues when a direct impact on academic achievement can be measured.
School LAND Trust Program expenditures are required to have a direct impact on the instruction of students in the particular school’s areas of most critical academic need. A school may not use School LAND Trust Program funds for the following:
- To cover the fixed costs of doing business;
- For construction, maintenance, facilities, overhead, security, or athletics; or
- To pay for non-academic in-school, co-curricular, or extracurricular activities.
A school district or local school board may not require a council or school to spend the school’s School LAND Trust Program funds on a specific use or set of uses.
A council may budget and spend no more than $7,000 for in-school civic and character education, including student leadership skills training and digital citizenship training as described in Section 53G-7-1202.
- A school may designate School LAND Trust Program funds for an in-school civic or character education program or activity only if the plan clearly describes how the program or activity has a direct impact of the instruction of students in school’s areas of most critical academic need.
- A school may use a portion of the school’s School LAND Trust Program funds to provide digital citizenship training as described in Section 53G-7-1204.
Notwithstanding other provisions in this rule, a school may use funds as needed to implement a student’s Individualized Education Plan. Student incentives implemented as part of an academic goal in the School LAND Trust Program may not exceed $2 per awarded student in an academic school year.
MMHS School Community Council Members, 2018-2019:
Parent or Guardian Members
Heidi Messenger, Chair firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacoy Baird email@example.com
Jenny Beal firstname.lastname@example.org
Denise Brown email@example.com
Laurie Dallon firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Gunderson email@example.com
Christy Nemelka firstname.lastname@example.org
Shauna Warnick email@example.com
School Employee Members
DeAnn Nielsen, principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Knotts, Vice Chair email@example.com
Kyra Benson firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Jones email@example.com
Rachelle Miner firstname.lastname@example.org
Jared Massic email@example.com
Non Voting Members
Shea Bradshaw, administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Nelson, administrator email@example.com
Melony Mortensen, secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly Henderson, facilitator email@example.com
2017-2018 Mtg Dates 2018-2019 Mtg DatesSeptember 26 September 25, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. October 17 October 16, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. November 21 November 22, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. December - TBA (Cancelled) December - TBA January 16 January 22, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. February 20 February 19, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. March 20 March 19, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm.
April 17 April 16, 3:00 p.m., Conf. Rm. May - TBA (Cancelled) May - TBA 2017-2018 Minutes 2018-2019 Minutes Minutes, Sept 2017 Minutes, Sept 2018 Minutes, Oct 2017 Minutes, Oct 2018 Minutes, Nov 2017 No Mtg in Dec 2017 Minutes, Jan 2018 Minutes, Feb 2018 Minutes, Mar 2018 Minutes, Apr 2018 No Mtg in May 2018
2017-2018 Agendas 2018-2019 Agendas Agenda, Sept 2017 Agenda, Sept 2018 Agenda, Oct 2017 Agenda, Oct 2018 Agenda, Nov 2017 Agenda, Nov 2018 No Mtg in Dec 2017 Agenda, Jan 2018 Agenda, Feb 2018 Agenda, Mar 2018 Agenda, Apr 2018 No Mtg in May 2018